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out-of-towner (informal) one from another place; visitor or stranger.
out of tune of an instrument or voice, not producing the correct pitch. [2 definitions]
out of turn not in correct order or sequence. [2 definitions]
out of wedlock born of unwed parents; illegitimate.
out of whack (informal) not working properly; out of order; badly aligned.
out on a limb (informal) in a risky or vulnerable position or situation; at risk.
outorganize combined form of organize.
outpass combined form of pass.
outpatient one who is being treated at a hospital or clinic but who is not kept there overnight.
outperform combined form of perform.
outplay to play better than, as in a game or contest.
outpoint to score higher than, as in a sport or contest. [2 definitions]
outpoll combined form of poll.
outpopulate combined form of populate.
outpost an outlying military post, or the troops stationed there. [2 definitions]
outpour to pour out or flow.
outpouring an act or instance of pouring, or that which pours or is poured out; outflow or outburst.
outpower combined form of power.
outpray combined form of pray.
outpreach combined form of preach.
outprice combined form of price.